There’s a chance Putin, NATO could fight directly, says former Russian minister

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Former Russian deputy minister of energy and opposition politician Vladimir Milov says he expects Russian President Vladimir Putin to continue his war beyond the borders of Ukraine. He said there’s a 50 per cent chance Putin and NATO could fight directly.

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